It's an '88 Escort GT. I was driving home from work the other day, taking it REALLY easy (loose alternator belt, didn't want to trash something, found that if I took off slowly it didn't squeak, but if I drove hard the belt slipped)....came up to a stop sign, the car died and coasted to a stop. Lights, stereo, etc. still worked, so it's not a battery issue. Tried to start the car back up, the starter relay clicks once, then nothing. My dad came out, we push started it, it drove fine all the way home. Shut it off in the driveway, turned the key over, same thing. One click, nothing else. Everybody's saying the starter's locked up, but isn't there usually some sort of noise to let you know it's about dead? This thing turned over fine, fired right up every time, up until it completely stopped. There's a bracket on the starter, and the bolt's backed itself out about half an inch, but the Haynes manual says it's a support brace, so I'd think it would still be secure in there, even with the brace like that....what options do I have here? Ignition switch, starter motor....what else?